Editor's Rating & Review
Blonde hair gets a boost with this shampoo that leaves color brighter and hair softer. Don't expect a miracle but do expect it to work better than shampoos in John Frieda's Sheer Blonde line. The formula smells great -- like sunshine on wildflowers -- lathers easily, adds shine with crystal mica and protects with a UV filter and grapefruit extract. Using it with Blonde Glam Conditioner amplifies its softening and shining effects without leaving build-up or weighing down hair.
Redken Blonde Glam Shampoo Reviews
Not So MuchI swear it didn't seem to do anything for my hair. Found myself going back to Pantene — 4 months, 3 weeks agoEricaF123 | 443 reviews
It strips your hairDon't use this everyday or you will find your highlights dulling in color. Plus its very drying. — 5 years agopure.life | 323 reviews
Okay productThis is what was recommended by my stylist when I had my hair highlighted about a year and a half ago. I boug the liter sizes of both the shampoo and conditioner and used them exclusively for months. I think this shampoo smells very good and did seem to brighten my highlights for a while but then my hair became very dull and stayed that way until the next appointment for a touch up. Because I am new to highlighting my hair I can't say if the shampoo was to blame or if I should have expected the dullness after 6-8 weeks but I was a bit disappointed. I have been trying other products for the last couple of months and have alternated them with the Blonde Glam and had good results so maybe my hair has build up issues with this shampoo/conditioner. I don't use styling products other than a tiny bit of hairspray for flyaways or a dime size amount of moroccanoil on the ends. — 10 months, 1 week agomhw | 99 reviews
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